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There are a lot of ways to enjoy an alcoholic beverage and this booze-related gallery is proof of that.
Click through to see products that are pretty clever to stuff that's just downright ridiculous. Bottoms up!
If you've ever wanted to recreate your favorite brews at home with minimal effort, PicoBrew's Zymatic promises to handle most of the heavy lifting for you.
The Wi-Fi-enabled KegSmarts has an OLED display that keeps you apprised of important details, like how many servings of beer you have left.
Forget walking. The Keg-a-Droid will deliver your next drink to you.
This handy drink holder is like a koozie for your pint glass or Solo cup. You can even connect multiple ones together for those times when a single beer just isn't enough.
Even the most impressive beer pong-ers occasionally miss their mark, but not Empire Robotics' Versaball.
10-Vins' D-Vine delivers its single-serve wine in microchip-equipped vials that provide specific decanting and temperature details.
Cool down your tequila, bourbon and other booze without the bother of ice cubes.
The Johnnie Walker Blue Label smart bottle concept knows the difference between an open and a sealed bottle.
Jamie Price used R2-D2 as his inspiration for this radio-controlled bartender.
Vinotemp wants to give your drinking glasses a boost with a dose of CO2.
Next Glass is an Android and iOS app that learns your wine preferences and makes suggestions so you never end up with something you don't like again.
Craving a beer? Sparkling Drink Systems and Pat's Backcountry Beverages want you to try their new single-serve concoctions.
The Sonic Decanter claims to employ "ultrasonic energy" to make cheap wine taste great.
Harris Tweed Hebrides joined forces with Johnnie Walker to make a whisky-scented fabric...because who wants to live in a world where purposefully liquor-perfumed textiles aren't an option?
The Vinaera Electronic Wine Aerator relies on six AAA batteries to add air to your wine before it reaches your glass.
Perfect Drink's step-by-step tutorials and included scale take the guesswork out of your mixed-drink-making.